• The Queen's wedding and coronation dress to be displayed together for the first time

    Two of the most iconic dresses that the Queen has ever worn in her 90-year lifetime will go on display for the first time. The wedding gown that she wore for her marriage to Prince Philip in 1947 and her coronation gown will be exhibited at the Summer Opening of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace in July. Members of the public will get a closer look at the dresses, both of which were designed by British couturier Sir Norman Hartnell. When Sir Norman was asked to design the Queen's bridal gown, his aim was to create

  • Prince Oscar of Sweden's christening: all the details and adorable photos

    The Swedish royal family were out in full force to attend the christening of Prince Oscar of Sweden on Friday. Crown Princess Victoria and her newborn baby boy were the stars of the show and made an adorable picture at the ceremony. The mother-son duo were accompanied by Victoria's husband Prince Daniel and the couple's daughter Princess Estelle, who turned four this year. Angelic baby Oscar was wide awake at the start of the service, dressed in the traditional christening gown that his sister Estelle, his mum Victoria and other members of the Swedish royal family have worn before him. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Prince Oscar

  • How Prince William and Prince Harry plan to raise thousands for charity this summer

    Prince William and Prince Harry will saddle up this summer to help raise money for charity. The royal brothers are joining forces to take part in a series of polo matches in support of the organisations they support as patrons – something they have done annually since 2007. To date, William and Harry have helped raise £9.5million for charities through various polo tournaments, including the Sentebale Polo Cup, and this summer's matches will see this total pass the £10million mark. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY William and Harry will take part in a number of polo matches this summer to raise money for

  • Exclusive: Royal chef Darren McGrady recalls Princess Diana's relaxed approach to dinner time with William and Harry – which often got her in trouble with Nanny

    Former royal chef Darren McGrady had the privilege of cooking for Princess Diana and her sons William and Harry for four years when they were growing up. Darren, who also spent 11 years working for the Queen, has opened up about Diana's relaxed approach to food and dinner time – which often led to a "battle" with the children's nanny. Speaking exclusively to HELLO! Online, Darren said: "She wasn't strict at all. She let them be boys, young boys! There was always a battle between her and Nanny. Nanny would say, 'No, they're eating their dinner, they're having cabbage.

  • Prince Oscar of Sweden's christening: All the photos

    All the best pictures from Prince Oscar of Sweden's